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2.0 Exhaust port spacing
« on: July 27, 2014, 07:03:50 PM »
Has anyone found if anything has the same exhaust port spacing. Looking for a turbo manifold, either I make my own or find one with the same ports and replace just the flange. I know the 2.3 is close, but I'm all over the internet trying to find others....Toyo ta, Honda, Nissan,...?!?!?!. Also anyone one know about the euro cars (gas and diesel)?


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Update- I read that a Nissan 200 SX turbo has the same port spacing, but not 100%. Need to get my hands on some gaskets.
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Re: 2.0 Exhaust port spacing
« Reply #1 on: July 28, 2014, 11:37:11 AM »
Ak Miller's design is the only Stateside-made turbo manifold for the 2.0 that I know of. They also only ever had a T4 flange, which I guess was the smallest one available in the early '70s. It won't be easy to find a small modern turbo with a T4 flange; they are all T3 or T25 now.

You might consider making your own if you're willing to go to the trouble of welding 2.0 flanges onto something else.
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